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ⓘ Fish as food. Many species of fish are eaten as food. The species of fish eaten for food include flounder, cod, catfish, pollock, tilapia, snapper and Atlantic ..




Fish as food
                                     

ⓘ Fish as food

Many species of fish are eaten as food. The species of fish eaten for food include flounder, cod, catfish, pollock, tilapia, snapper and Atlantic salmon.

Fish can be prepared in a number of ways (baking, frying, grilling, smoking or steaming.

Globally, fish and fish products provide a normal of about only about 34 calories per capita per day. Dietary contribution of fish is significant in terms of high-quality and easily digested animal proteins.

Eating oily fish having long chain omega-3 fatty acids can reduce inflammation and lower the risk for cardiovascular disease.

                                     
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